The Effect of Industrial Work Practices and Learning Outcomes Toward Students' Interest in Entrepreneurship at High School
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- Industry Employment Practices, Learning Outcomes Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Interests
A common problem in this study is the effect of industrial work practices of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learning outcomes toward students' interest in entrepreneurship in the grade XII at the state vocational high school1. Variables in this study are industrial work practices of entrepreneurship (X1), entrepreneurial learning outcomes (X2), and interest in entrepreneurship in grade XII state vocational high school (Y). The author use questionnaire and data analysis tools with using SPSS (Statistical Package For Social Science). The result of this study is that the application of industrial work practices of entrepreneurship affects to the students' interest in entrepreneurship by 15.8%. The result of the statistical test on the value of the students' work practices industry showed tcount > ttable (3.543 > 1.994) and a significant value of 0.001 or less than 0.005. Entrepreneurial learning outcomes affect to the students' interest in entrepreneurship. This is based on the results of statistical tests obtained t < ttable (-1929 < 1.994) and a significant value of 0.058 or more than 0.050.
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TY - CONF AU - Mashudi PY - 2018/02 DA - 2018/02 TI - The Effect of Industrial Work Practices and Learning Outcomes Toward Students' Interest in Entrepreneurship at High School BT - Proceedings of the First Indonesian Communication Forum of Teacher Training and Education Faculty Leaders International Conference on Education 2017 (ICE 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 102 EP - 104 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ice-17.2018.25 DO - 10.2991/ice-17.2018.25 ID - 2018/02 ER -